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By Arienne, See You Soon Travel
Since it opened in 2013, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada has been one of the most popular attractions in the city, drawing families, first dates, school groups and friends. I’ve always enjoyed visiting, it has a calming and relaxing affect that no other attraction in Toronto has. Due to the global pandemic, Ripley’s shut down in mid-March and after 4-months of social distancing and flattening the curve in Ontario, they’ve been able to reopen to the public. I had visited the aquarium just before the shutdown in March alongside a visit to the CN Tower as part of a partnership with Attractions Ontario. But now that they’ve had to change and adapt their visitor experience to ensure a safe environment for visitors, I revisited Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada to see exactly what safety measures are now in place and how the experience has changed.
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